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The most common instrument used to screen for "probable pathological gambling" behavior is the South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS) developed by Lesieur and Blume (1987) at the South Oaks Hospital in New York. This screen is undoubtedly the most cited instrument in psychological research literature.

Problem Gambling
Gambling is a form of entertainment for many people, but for some it can lead to addiction, and financial and emotional problems. This article looks at the risk factors for problem gambling and what can be done to help.

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